Rules of the House #25i:
Past Life Carry Over Fears - Unique
"Habits... form us. Conquer your
bad habits or they will conquer you." (Rob Gilbert)
When people enter their present life, they have
forgotten that they have chosen the difficulties they are facing now
to resolve unfinished business from past lives.
When you fear something unusual, it is specific
to your personal past life journey through the universe.
Why fear is the anchor for the twin emotions of
guilt and shame.
Why fear is a double-edged sword: is it false
evidence appearing real or feeling excited and ready? You decide!
Steps to reducing fear,
developing self confidence, taking your life back from fearful thoughts
and emotions! Fearless:
What you really need to know!
"You block your dream when you allow your fear
to grow bigger than your faith." (Anonymous)
Fears - especially those which make sense to no
one but us - are one of the deepest past life impacts.
These are fears of objects or events that do
not seem fearful to most people. The unique fears arise out of an
individual's past life experience.
They almost always arise from a past life that
is crying out for healing in the present. Often, these unique fears
will escalate: becoming ever worse until the person looks back into
the present… to discover how this fear arose and why it still remains
Fear of Fringe:
A very unique fear is to dread fringe on carpet
not being straight enough (whatever that is!). That fear becomes less
strange when you understand...
The person suffering from this fear was beaten
to death in a past life for NOT having kept the fringe straightened out
properly. That individual was a servant whose master was insane and
beat them to death because the carpet fringe was only slightly out of
place. The compulsion to straighten fringe became an obsession which
interfered with this person's job and significant personal relationships.
Fear of Floors:
Another unique fear is to dread slippery floors
(whatever that is!). That fear becomes less strange when you
The person suffering from it died from slipping
and falling on a wet floor. In a past life, this person had worked for
a Pope and felt that carrying out his commands - as quickly as possible -
was a mission from God. That individual died from slipping on a wet
floor and cracking their skull. This compulsion to avoid slippery
floors interfered with this person's job and significant personal
Fear of Explosions:
Another unique fear is to random explosions
(whatever that is!). That fear becomes less strange when you
One person suffering from it died from stepping
on a landmine in wartime that ripped their body to shreds. Another
person suffering from it died when a coworker made a mistake mixing
chemicals and blew up their workplace. Yet another suffering from it
died when their plane was shot in the gas tank and exploded.
Healing Unique Fears:
If you want to heal your fears, here is
where to start:
- If your fear is interfering in your life now but you cannot find a
present life origin for it,
it is a past life
- Zero in on the specific trigger for the fear: how, when, why, what
causes the fear -
there is always a pattern.
- If your fear does not appear on the
official list of phobias
, then it is certain to be
unique to your experience.
- If there is more than one fear, start with the smallest one and then
work your way up to the biggest one.
- Confront the source by doing this
Guilt: "Guilt and sin are only a fear of the
past... of having done something wrong!" (Charles Curtis)
Shame: "Public reproof hardens shame and fixes
it until it becomes your name!" (Anonymous)
Fear lurks behind guilt which says "I did something wrong"...
Fear lurks shame which says "I am something wrong"...
FEAR OF PUNISHMENT:
that whatever you have done or not done in
the past... that "God will get you" for your past sins of commission
(what you did) or omission (what you failed to do).
Guilt is energetically draining because you are so fearful of repeating
past mistakes that you cannot make proper decisions in the future.
Guilt is deadly to manifestation because you are focusing on
what you do not want (repeating your past failures-mistakes) instead
of what you do want (creating your future successes-creations).
Guilt serves no purpose: you can learn from your mistakes
without needing guilt to motivate you to do better next time.
FEAR OF EXISTENCE:
that whatever you are doing - past, present,
or future - that "God will not allow you to be happy" because there
is "something wrong" with you (whether you know what that is or not).
Shame is energetically draining because life is just one
fearful and unpleasant experience after another... the past is often
mourned, the future is always worried about. The outlook is dismal...
Shame is deadly to manifestation because you are focusing on what you
do not want (how things have gone wrong in the past) instead of what
you do want (how things can become right in the future).
Shame serves no purpose: it keeps you from learning from your mistakes
which could make your life better.
Breaking the cycle of guilt and shame means
breaking the cycle of fear
and low self esteem. Guilt and shame only
exist in a space of low self esteem.
You cannot be guilty if you love yourself enough to forgive yourself
for past sins. You cannot live in shame if you love yourself enough
to truly believe that you are a divine being who is worthy of God's
love simply because you exist as his creation.
So are you ready to free yourself
from guilt and shame?
"The only thing we have to fear is fear
itself." (Franklin Delano Roosevelt)
Fear is the emotional double edged sword that
propels you in resolving
your past life karma.
Do you live in fear or with fear? Before you decide, consider these
"double edged" definitions of fear and how it drives karma:
Negative Side of Fear:
Facts Evidence Appearing Real...
If you are the type that loves to know facts
and always looks for evidence, you are living in fear when you let
facts and evidence control your life.
If you cannot fly a plane or ride a train or
drive a car because you have seen one too many plane, train, and car
wrecks on the news, you are living in fear that you are not protected
by God's love.
If you are leery of getting married because
divorce rates are 60% for first marriages and 80% for later marriages,
you are living in fear that other people - deep down - just cannot
really be trusted.
If you think that public places are full of
germs, bacteria, and diseases and you rarely go out, you are living
in fear that the universe is a hostile place that is out to get you...
and it is a matter of time.
Positive Side of Fear:
Feeling Excited And Ready...
If you are the type that loves a challenge,
you are living with fear (but not in fear). This fear can motivate
you to become and to do more of what you love.
If you are willing to try something new and
do something different, you are living with the fear that you will
fail at mastering what is new and different... but you are not
letting it stop you.
If you are willing to risk appearing vulnerable,
ridiculous, or unworthy when you take a chance, you are living with the
fear of appearing foolish and unwise... but you are not letting it stop
If you are willing to leave your comfort zone
behind and be or do something your heart is calling you to do, you are
living with the fear that others will not understand... but you are not
letting them stop you.
So are you ready to keep facts and evidence in their place? Or are you
feeling excited and ready now?
When it comes to fear, the choice is yours.
"Fear is the main source of superstition, and
one of the main sources of cruelty. To conquer fear is the beginning
of wisdom." (Bertrand Russell)
Fear is meant to warn us that we are off course
and we need to take action to get back on track.
The phrase "paralyzed by fear" gives one key to
overcoming it: take action! Get up and do something. Ask yourself:
"what task can I complete (that I must do anyway) that gets me doing
something?" Action really is the enemy of thought. When you are doing
something, you are not worrying about things.
Be prepared. If you know you are traveling
in a high risk area, only go by day with a friend with others present.
If you are traveling by car, take a cell phone and be protected by a
road service. If there is something you can do in advance to drain
the fear right out of a situation for you - do it!
Ask for help. Seek advice from others who have
faced your fear and have overcome it. They may have strategies or
resources that can help you to overcome your fear. What you are looking
for is a hand-up (how you can help yourself) rather than a hand-out
(how others can help you out temporarily).
Scale the problem. Are you making a mountain
out of a mole-hill? Assess the alternatives. What are the different,
potential solutions to drain the fear out of the situation? Think
through each alternative. What outcome can be expected from each
solution? Track the actual against the expected results. The more
you have a track record of good decisions, the less you need to fear.
Take breaks. Stop fearing the future and start
living in the present. When you feel fearful, take a deep breath to
calm yourself down. Leave your fears outside your bedroom and get a
good night's sleep. Take regular breaks to enjoy life. These all keep
fear from being a constant companion and grinding you down.
Master your mind and emotions. Fear is a
decision made by your mind (reasons why a situation is fearful) and
a reaction made by your emotions (feelings flowing from the reaction
of fear). Only you can control your thinking and your feelings...
and act to take control of your fears.
"He was the epitome of a man: a fearless,
blameless knight." (French Proverb)
Does fear limit and control what you do? Or
are you absolutely and utterly fearless? Want to find out?
Are you worried about your physical safety,
very fearful that someone will do you harm? Are you worried about
catching an illness, contracting a disease, or being injured in an
accident? Do you constantly fear for the safety of those you love?
Are you fearful of nature: freak weather, animals, pandemics, etc?
Are you fearful of humans: that they will hurt, cheat, or betray
you in ways that will physically impair you permanently?
If not, you are physically fearless when you
know that you are equal to any physically threatening situation.
Is your mind full of dark thoughts that are your
companions? Are you constantly worrying about where your next money is
coming from? Are you concerned that your health might give out and you
will become unemployed or unemployable? Do you fear that your spouse
might just up and leave you? Do worry that your children will flunk out
of school? Are you consumed by visions of the worst case scenarios
If not, you are mentally fearless when you know
that you are equal to any mentally challenging situation.
Are you always living on the choppy seas of
your emotions? During any given day, can you feel the highest highs and
the lowest lows that are not driven by events? Do you constantly feel
negative emotions like anger, hurt, and frustration in addition to fear?
Are you constantly stressed by internal triggers and external threats?
Do you worry that your emotions can get you to do something that you
would not choose to do?
If not, you are emotionally fearless when you
know that you are equal to any emotionally straining situation.
The upside of being fearless is that it saves
energy wasted by fear. The fearless know they are physically secure
because they can take care of themselves and this creates peace of mind
and serene emotions. The downside of being fearless is that it removes
protections that are created by fear. Those who are fearless tend to
take (what others view) as unnecessary risks.
Yet, in my humble opinion, it is
better to be fearless and take sensible and calculated risks to manifest
your dreams than to be locked away by chains of safety, a virtual
prisoner of fear.